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Classic RV Showdown – Which Of These 4 Vintage RVs Would You Prefer?

When it comes to finding a new RV, it’s all about thinking over your many different options. If you’re not necessarily looking to spend right now, but still want to make that awesome resolution, here’s the ultimate showdown to weigh in on:

Which one of these classic models would you rather have?

1. This awesome 1967 Airstream Globetrotter (available for sale in Beatty, NV UPDATE: it’s sold)

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You can never go wrong with an Airstream! This travel trailer has been completely redone throughout, featuring a complete brake system, new water tank, hardwood floors with removable carpet, cabinets of cherry, maple, birch and much more. If you’re near Beatty in Nevada, this one can be all yours. UPDATE: Sold!

2. This sweet 1976 Sportscoach (available for sale in Huachuca City, AZ)

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This Class A Sportscoach 27 features a dinette, bathroom, microwave, range, range vent, oven, awnings, a refrigerator, A/C, twin beds, and comfortably sleeps about four people. If you’re out in Arizona, it’s up for grabs here.

3. A solid 1977 Winnebago Itasca (available in Idaho Halls, ID)

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This Class C vehicle is everything you ever dreamed of as far as a classic Winnebago. It’s up for sale in Idaho Falls, as seen here.

4. Or this retro 1975 MCI Bus Conversion (available for sale in Federal Way, WA)

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The whole party can come along for a ride on this 1975 MCI Bus Conversion. A few of its many features include side sliding doors, a full-size fridge, rooftop air conditioning, a kitchen with a stove and enough room to comfortably sleep about 4 travelers. If you’re near Federal Way in Washington, you can learn more info about this treasure here.

What do you think? Which one of these classic models would you rather have?




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